Three of the Senior Harriers who have been training for the Three Peaks fell race in April are raising money through Just Giving for the Michael Sobell Hospice who cared for Andy Angus.
Andy took part in the Three Peaks numerous times, and introduced a number of the Harriers to the race, and in fitting memory we felt this is a perfect tribute.
WATFORD HARRIERS QUIZ SUPPER
FRIDAY 28th APRIL 2017
7.30pm for 8pm START
TICKETS £7 p.p.
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Chiltern League overall results for 2016/17.
Some great individual performances over the season that have contributed to a fine club result:
Overall 3rd, Male 4th, Female 1st, Seniors 3rd, Juniors 3rd
F13 – 2 Grace Hucknall, 4 Scarlett Gammell, 13 Sabrina Jansen
F15 – 2 Caitlin Johal, 11 Charlotte Glenister
Senior Women – 6 Robyn Delivett
F35 – 2 Angela Trussler, 7 Alison Putko
F45 – 2 Helen Johal, 8 Christine Dearman
M13 – 1 Ben Hunter
M15 – 1 Connor Keogh, 6 Charlie Woolett
Senior Men – 6 Ross Connor
M40 – 4 Matt Adcock, 11 Nick Harris, 13 Paul Ruttley
M50 – 1 Julian Critchlow, 9 Paul Edwards, 12 Adrian Harwood
Thanks to all those who took part in todays race. The results can be found here.
The Equestrian centre at Keysoe was the venue for the 4th Chiltern Cross-Country Leagues with a good result for Watford Harriers finishing 2nd overall in Division Two. The course included the water splash used for the equestrian cross country event.
Exception performance came from Connor Keogh who planned his race well by coming up from 5th on the first lap to finish 2nd overall in the U15 Boys race. Ben Hunter ran a consistent race always up with the leaders to finish 3rd in the U13 Boys race
Leading girls were Caitlin Johal 22nd in the U15 Girls and Grace Hucknall in the U13 Girls race.
The senior men and women both had full team complement with the women retaining their 1st position in the league with the men retaining their 3rd position.
Place Place Name No Time
55 6 Julian Critchlow 1972 37:20
61 9 Matt Adcock 1968 37:49
110 22 Ross Connor 1963 39:47
136 28 Nick Harris 1980 40:49
145 32 Paul Ruttley 1979 41:16
195 51 Paul Edwards 1964 43:51
215 57 Adrian Harwood 1971 45:09
234 66 Ciaran Weldon 1978 46:14
256 77 Mike Bradley 1973 47:18
307 102 Graham Mayoh 1970 52:38
Under 15 Boys
2 1 Connor Keogh 1942 13:25
23 5 Charlie Woolett 1943 14:48
45 10 Lewis Clark 1940 16:06
Under 13 Boys
4 2 Ben Hunter 1935 11:19
Under 11 Boys
29 Archie Marshall 1950 8:50
20 4 Angela Trussler 1977 25:44
32 8 Helen Johal 1975 26:47
57 18 Robyn Delivett 1987 28:20
77 26 Alison Putko 1982 29:13
105 39 Christine Dearman 1976 31:28
Under 15 Girls
22 6 Caitlin Johal 1946 16:39
33 9 Hannah Trotman 1948 17:20
60 21 Charlotte Glenister 1945 21:09
Under 13 Girls
14 4 Grace Hucknall 1957 13:00
19 5 Scarlett Gammell 1936 13:21
59 20 Sabrina Jansen 1939 15:24
Under 11 Girls
11 Daisy Mainwaring 1932 8:49
Elsewhere Grace Ingles competed in the British league Challenge in Antrim finishing 7th in the U15 Girls race
The Herts Cross Country Championships took place in the spacious grounds of Haileybury College over courses which covered both the playing field and undulating tracks in the adjacent woods including crossing a stream which the athletes described as challenging.
Watford Harriers had some great results from their junior athletes picking up the U15 Boys trophy and 2nd in the U15 Girls event.
Grace Ingles easily clinched the Under 15 Girls title with a 25 second lead while both Connor Keogh U15 Boys and Ben Hunter U13 Boys having to be content with 2nd place after vying for lead in their races. Connor was supported by Charlie Woollett and Ollie Griffith to win the U15 Boys team trophy and Grace was supported by Caitlin Johal and Hannah Trotman to be the second team hone in the U15 Girls race.
Daisy Mainwaring started the day of well with a 3rd place in the U11 girls with Oliver Cooper 15th and Archie Marshall 21st in the U11 Boys race. followed by Scarlett Gammell 6th and Grace Hucknall 17th in the U13 Girls race.
Other good results followed from Tom Rayner 3rd in the U20 Mens race and Chloe Dearman 5th in the U20 Women’s race.
The Senior Women’s race saw the return of Claire Bentley finishing 18th behind Watford’s front runner Angie Trussler in 15th position.
U11 Girls Race U15 Boys Race
3rd Daisy Mainwaring 6m 18s 2nd Connor Keogh 17m 17s
12th Saoirse MacMahon 7m 23s 4th Charlie Woollett 18m 15s
5th Ollie Griffith 18m 18s
U11 Boys Race 15th Lewis Clark 20m 08s
15th Oliver Cooper 6m 03s
21st Archie Marshall 6m 14s U17 Mens Race
16th Cameron Clark 27m 18s
U13 Girls Race
6th Scarlett Gammell 14m 55s Junior Women
17th Grace Hucknall 15m 49s 5th Chloe Dearman 27m 37s
23rd Jordan Walter 17m 31s
26th Amani Chishti 18m 43s Junior Men
3rd Thomas Rayner 28m 09s
U13 Boys Race
2nd Ben Hunter 12m 44s Senior Women’s Race
15th Angela Trussler 37m 07s
U15 Girls Race 18th Claire Bentley 35m 08s
1st Grace Ingles 18m 37s 25th Robyn Delivett 27m 36s
12th Caitlin Johan 21m 01s 50th Christine Dearman 41m 28s
15th Hannah Trotman 21m 55s
27th Matt Adcock 41m.48s
70th Nick Harris 46m 04s